The brazing process is to use a solder with a melting temperature lower than the solidus of the base metal and place it at the joint to be brazed. When heated to a temperature lower than the solidus of the base metal but higher than the melting temperature of the solder, this is When the solder melts, the liquid solder wets the solid base metal, spreads in the gap of the base metal joint, fills, interacts with the base metal (dissolves, diffuses or generates a compound), and finally cools and solidifies, thereby combining the two base metals. connected. During the brazing process, the joint of the base metal does not melt.
TIJO supplies silver-based, copper-based, aluminum-based, tin-based, nickel-based alloy brazing filler metals all year round.
The main solder forms are metal powder, paste, foil, sheet, etc.